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BMX World Champion Sponsored by Local FASTSIGNS®

Friday, August 29, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

GOODYEAR, Ariz. – As Sam Willoughby crossed the finish line at the 2014 UCI BMX World Cup to win first place and become the 2014 BMX World Champion, he wore the FASTSIGNS® of Goodyear logo placed across his heart.

Owned by Jerry Hoyler, FASTSIGNS of Goodyear is the primary visual communications sponsor of the Redline BMX Race Team, providing the team with signs, graphics and marketing support. This year, three Redline BMX riders placed at the UCI BMX World Cup including World Champion winner Sam Willoughby, second place winner Tory Nyhaug and second place winner of the Elite Women’s class Alise Post.  

“It’s been an exciting year for the Redline team and we’re so proud of their amazing accomplishments,” Hoyler said. “It’s the first year FASTSIGNS of Goodyear has sponsored Redline and we had no idea we would be sponsoring World Champions. It’s incredible to watch our riders compete and win titles from around the world.”

Before riding in the 2014 UCI World Finals, Sam Willoughby was named the Australian National Champion, Tory Nyhaug was named the National Canadian Champion and Alise Post was named the U.S. Women’s National Champion.   

FASTSIGNS of Goodyear is also the official visual communications sponsor for USA BMX and provides the organization a variety of visual marketing solutions.

“My team handles the project management and coordination of sponsorship graphics and works with local BMX track operators on ways to increase brand awareness at their individual locations, including banners, flags, custom-printed tents, vehicle wraps and more.” Hoyler said. “We love helping organizations with any and all types of signs, graphics and marketing solutions they may need.”

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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